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FOX News
Dec 9, 2012 7:00am PST
. republicans will demand there whether it's part of the deal in the fiscal cliff or to raise the debt limit. >> i'm glad you brought that up. in terms of spending, which clearly has to be cut, the president from the reports this week wants to raise the debt ceiling without asking anybody. did they comment on that? >> what he's saying is give me the unilateral right to raise the debt ceiling, which congress had has had to approve, then congress can disapprove with a two-thirds vote. that would mean i could increase it when he wants. it's very unlikely that -- almost impossible, republicans in congress would go along seeding there kind of authority with the president. they might agree to increase the debt limit for enough money to take him through the end of the term. but they're not just going to give him or future presidents the authority to increase the debt limit. that's part of the power congress has. >> we hope to see them working hard at this, time getting close to the end of the year. >> 23 days and counting. >> keep the stopwatch going. happy sunday. >> you bet, thank you. >> don't m
FOX News
Dec 9, 2012 9:00am PST
fiscal cliff. i want to ask you about the idea being discussed that raising the debt ceiling could be something that would be taken out of congress's purview andessential, for the president alone to make that decision, what do you make of that? >> insofar as we for talking about legislation, politically that, idea has to be deads on arrival. i don't know why congress would part with this, given to congress. this is an unwise proposal and not one that i see getting any traction. >> do you think that it is a broader, sort of look at different moves we have seen by this administration, to essentially go around congress, whether it comes to regulations or treaties or things that, in some ways have limited or no congressional intercention -- intervention, big policy decisions that impact americans as a whole. >> if it's an instance of the president's go-it-alone policy without congressional authorization, constitutionally, he is on the weakest possible ground. there is nothings in the constitution that can be read to the president with this sweeping authority to disregard congress. >> esse
FOX News
Dec 8, 2012 1:00pm PST
physical violence. >> a new wrinkle in the arm wrestling over the looming fiscal cliff. the white house is asking lawmakers to give up their role in authorizing the u.s. government to increase the debt limit. calling it a constitutional issue. he laid out the republican argument. listen. >> we do have some leverage with the debt ceiling increase more than we have right now. right now he has the cards. if nothing happens the debt ceiling goes up automatically. what we are told is the president is thinking about what he might be able to do to raise the debt sealing without going congress which would be a huge mistake. it is a constitutional issue. >> let's bring in our political panel. he is a campaign consultant and she is the director of out reach for freedom works and author of backlash. thank you for joining us. >> i want to start with the debt ceiling. for that i have my minute flea constitution which i love pulling out. article one, the congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, dutiesett set raw to pay the debt and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the united states and barrow money on the credit of the united states. why should the president be allowed t
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